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The officially supported Ruby driver for MongoDB.
High level documentation and usage examples are located here.
API docs can be found here.
Support & Feedback
For issues, questions or feedback related to the Ruby driver, please look into our support channels. Please do not email any of the Ruby developers directly with issues or questions - you're more likely to get an answer quickly on the mongodb-user list on Google Groups.
Bugs & Feature Requests
Do you have a bug to report or a feature request to make?
- Visit our issue tracker and login (or create an account if necessary).
- Navigate to the RUBY project.
- Click 'Create Issue' and fill out all the applicable form fields.
When reporting an issue, please keep in mind that all information in JIRA for all driver projects (ex. RUBY, CSHARP, JAVA) and the Core Server (ex. SERVER) project is PUBLICLY visible.
- Provide as much information as possible about the issue.
- Provide detailed steps for reproducing the issue.
- Provide any applicable code snippets, stack traces and log data.
- Specify version information for the driver and MongoDB.
PLEASE DO NOT
- Provide any sensitive data or server logs.
- Report potential security issues publicly (see 'Security Issues').
If you’ve identified a potential security related issue in a driver or any other MongoDB project, please report it by following the instructions here.
The driver uses RSpec as its primary testing tool. Most tests require a running MongoDB server. To test the driver against a single-node (standalone) deployment, first launch a server:
mkdir /tmp/mrb mongod --dbpath /tmp/mrb --bind_ip 127.0.0.1 --setParameter enableTestCommands=1
... then run the tests:
bundle exec rake
It is possible to run tests in a specific file, as well as use other test invocations supported by RSpec:
bundle exec rspec path/to/spec.rb:42
Note that certain user accounts have to be created for individual tests to
succeed, and they are not created when the individual tests are run. The
user accounts are created if you run
rake as mentioned above, and you can
also create them by running:
bundle exec rake spec:prepare
For further information about supported cluster configurations and how to configure the test suite, please see the README in the spec directory.
Full release notes and release history are available here.
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